Study Abroad

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A glimpse into what life looks like studying Mandarin in Taiwan. 
My German was slow to improve in Munich. Here's why.
How can you settle back into a place that should feel familiar, but no longer feels like home?

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My first week abroad was marked by a lot of sweat. 

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How Chinese pop hits have taught me cultural lessons no textbook ever can.
A Canadian and Colombian reflect on the differences studying abroad.  
What happens when the novelty wears off?
If you're studying abroad while your partner stays home, get ready for these challenges.  
At 16, I found the perfect study abroad program. There was just one thing standing in my way: My mom. 
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